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*Cravero, Pierpaolo
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Any news about C-Dilla of AutoCAd 2000i crashing peer to peer netwoks?

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01-24-2001 07:43 PM
Does anybody have news about this problem?

Thank you very much.

Pierpaolo Cravero.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pierpaolo Cravero"
Newsgroups: autodesk.autocad.2000general
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 5:10 PM
Subject: C-Dilla of AutoCAD 2000i crashes peer to peer networks
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

> I have installed a little peer to peer network like this:
>
> 1 computer running Windows 2000 sp1, Mechanical Desktop 5 sp2 and Inventor
3
>
> 1 computer running Windows 98 Second Edition and AutoCAD Mechanical 2000i
> sp2
>
> 1 computer running Windows 95 and AutoCAD LT 97
>
> The problem is this:
>
> The network works well but when I launch any application (Word, Excel,
> AutoCAD) on one computer and try to open a file located on a machine that
is
> running a C-Dilla based application I receive the message: "The requested
> file is no more present or the network connection is no more disposable",
> then the 2 computers crash and I have to reboot both systems.
>
> Nothing of this happens if I open a file that is located on a machine
that
> is not running any C-Dilla based application.
>
> Does anyone knows more about this very serious problem ?
>
> Thank you and sorry for my english.
>
> Pierpaolo Cravero.
>
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>
>
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